Actor Dylan McDermott, who stars in the police drama "Dark Blue," is moving his production company into a 2,200-square-foot loft at Dogtown Station in Venice.
The two-story space in the gated live-work development has 18-foot-tall glass walls and polished concrete and hardwood plank floors. Terms of the deal were not available, but similar-sized two-bedroom, two-bathroom units are priced at about $1.1 million. Each unit has a private rooftop deck with ocean and skyline views.
McDermott, 48, is working on the second season of the TNT series. He also starred in the legal drama "The Practice" (1997-2004), for which he won a Golden Globe award.
Charlotte Bjorlin D'Elia and Robert D'Elia, the owners and co-designers of Dogtown Station, handled the transaction.
Actor Dylan McDermott is moving his production company to Venice
The star of ‘Dark Blue’ and ‘The Practice’ will relocate D26 Productions to Dogtown Station.
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